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30 • Spring, TX • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 23–33
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating
- Last online
- Mar 17
- Hispanic / Latin, White
- 6′ 1″ (1.85m)
- Body type
- Strictly anything
- Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
- Strictly monogamous
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
- Likes dogs and has cats
Catching the smallest of details. I could watch a movie from the 90’s and take in not just the story, but notice the dust landing on the film during the editing process between two consecutive frames. It’s not anything I would call a hobby. This also applies to body language, vocal inflection, facial features… it gets a little intense for me to be around someone who is bullshitting me. This also means I myself do not bullshit.
Remaining calm. There have been sticky situations with patients and people outside of work alike in which you would think just the opposite occurs. It doesn’t. Rationality wins out in a split second. Fear and anger are destructive and volatile. This kind of transfers into how much I don’t get scared watching a horror film. A friend tried to scare me once. Instead of shrieking I just said “Oh you scared me!” She just laughed her ass off. Not exactly the response she was going for.*
I also play guitar. I play a made up kind of jazz that I’ve mostly composed when in bed falling to sleep. I can put more emotion into playing a soft acoustic over a plugged in amp. I almost rolled over on a guitar once. I woke up REALLY fast. I set it down now under the bed when I know I’m drifting off to sleep.
*Please do not take this as a challenge to scare me. Whether or not you succeed, know that I’ll never try to scare you. Just sayin. I also don’t prank. Ever.
I have a knowledge base that is broad enough to leave some people stumped and me sitting there in an awkward silence as I’m waiting for their response. If I’m talking about something you aren’t familiar with, we can always change the subject. No matter how obscure, there will always be a connection possible.
Paradise Lost, the Divine Comedy, Tennyson Poetry, the Grand Design, A Brief History of Time, Essential Dali, Vintage Didion, really old Life magazines to name a few. I tend to favor scientific and historical texts over fiction. I do however enjoy me some Palahniuk and Vonnegut. I’m currently reading “Living With Intensity” by Daniels/ Piechowski. Psychology being one of my fascinations, the theory of Positive Disintegration by Dabrowski has been applied to the gifted and talented youth and adult by Piechowski. It’s an interesting read if you’re into understanding various forms of (transitive) psychology.
Movies: It's tough to pick favorites. 'to be alphabetically comprehensive:
40 Year Old Virgin, The
500 Days of Summer
2001: A Space Odyssey
A Beautiful Mind
As Good as it Gets
Back to the Future
Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey
Big Lebowski, The
Breakfast Club, The
Catch Me if You Can
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Everything is Illuminated
Family Man, The
Fifth Element, The
From the Hip
Good Will Hunting
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Hot Tub Time Machine
Inherit the Wind
Interview With the Vampire
Kingdom of Heaven
Last Hangman, The
Little Miss Sunshine
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Mr, Holland's Opus
Nightmare Before Christmas, The
No Country for Old Men
Pay it Forward
Shawshank Redemption, The
She's Out of My league
Star Trek (First Contact, 2009)
Synecdoche, New York
Thank You For Smoking
That Thing You Do
This Boys Life
V for Vendetta
Anime: Berserk, Cowboy Bebop, Death Note, Evangelion, Planates, Trigun, Afro Samurai, Akira, Grave of the Fireflies, Tokyo Godfathers, Psycho- Pass
TV: 3rd Rock from the Sun, American Dad, Battlestar Galactica, Being Human, Boardwalk Empire, Bob's Burgers, The Borgias, Breaking Bad, Carnivale, Dead Like Me, Deadwood, Defying Gravity, Dexter, Freaks and Geeks, Futurama, Game of Thrones, Happy Endings, Invader Zim, Jericho, King of the Hill, Mad Men, MASH, Newsradio, The Office, Parks and Recreation, Rick and Morty, Rome, Rubicon, Shameless, Six Feet Under, Sherlock, The Simpsons (old episodes), South Park, Spaced, Star Trek (all of it), Stargate Universe, Suits, True Blood, The Twilight Zone, Undeclared, The Venture Bros, The Walking Dead, The Wire
Music: My taste is a bit eclectic. To pick from the myriad: Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Evans, Howard Alden, Art Tatum, Tupac, Belle and Sebastian, Chromeo, Hall and Oates, Jamiroquai, Beastie Boys, Woody Guthrie, Mahler, Led Zeppelin, Imogen Heap, Royksopp, Stevie Wonder, Death Cab for Cutie, Pantera, The Vines, Rufus Wainwright, John Mayer, Jurassic 5, Queen, Steve Vai, Edith Piaf, Daft Punk, Dvorak, Dan Croll. It's a broad spectrum.
Food: I eat food. I drink drinks. There's much that I haven't tried. I'm always curious. I love Mexican, Italian, and sushi.
The way potatoes cleave to a sharp knife when cut on a bamboo cutting board.
Giving a good hug.
Petting my cat’s belly and her not ever getting annoyed.
Driving fast, and always smart. Some people seem too much in a big damn hurry. All roads lead to Rome.
Six things I always do without:
-Facebook; Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram etc...
-Religion; I need you to be able to think for yourself. Be rational. Have your faith. Be spiritual if you are. I simply ask that you also be rational.
-Bacon; it's America's killer.
-Credit cards; I'll never buy something I can't afford.
-Most Sports. All sports? It's predominantly more an issue with the nuances of professional sports than the sport itself. Competition is not exactly my cup of tea.
This list could get a little space cadet. If you want to know what I'm thinking about, just ask. Just know that it's always something and that you asked for it. I get the image of pandora's box or the ark of the covenant at the end of 'Raiders.
In my time off from work I like to watch movies/tv, exercise, paint, pretty much anything that doesn’t require a roomful of people. Don’t get me wrong, I have no problem socializing. I see my friends. We do shit. I’m just not much of a drinker, so bars aren’t a thing for me, neither was da’club.
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